A storm is brewing over Weatherfield. Abi and her gun make plans for sweet sweet revenge on ITV Corey whose bragging on Insta about having the house to himself isn’t going to do him any favors. In jail, Harvey breaks some of his own bones in an attempt to abscond on the way to hospital. The Alahans are off on holiday in the middle of a downpour and a distracted Dev accidentally flattens the car tyres, leaving them sitting ducks at the side of the road. It’s sinkhole-ago-go as characters left and right drop into the Weatherfield sewers, leaving Leo and Johnny to come up with a plan to rescue Jenny. It’s going to take more than that to scare Amy and Summer. Roy doesn’t know his own strength. Imran will be back.
Abi returns to Weatherfield and she isn’t just pleased to see Kev, that really is a gun in her pocket as she plots revenge. Zeedan quickly has to come to terms with what’s involved in laundering money but discovers that Yasmeen is reluctant to hand over the books to him quite that easily. After Dev develops an interest in Natasha, Bernie provides him some unwanted assistance that blows any immediate chance he has with either woman. A handily-placed card on a bunch of flowers finally spells out that Sinkhole Leo’s true intentions are not towards Daisy, rather he has his sights set on Jenny instead. James and Michael find that the ordering of a baked potato at Roy’s can be more challenging and bizarre than they could’ve imagined. Foiled by Rita in his attempts to get info on Sharon, Imran decides that he can no longer live a lie and comes clean to Toyah about his recent betrayal. Navid’s shingles have cleared up. Craig disappears into a hedge. Elsie smiles.
After a somewhat unsuccessful poster campaign, Nina is surprised to learn that Chris the Journalist is reluctant to print a story about ITV Corey being a murderer. Sabeen manages to get Imran to bend to her will which unfortunately seems to involve inviting Simon round for tea. James gets an interesting letter from the police and then goes on to give thought to his career after Weathy County. Sally gets encouraging news from the council about her parking proposal and finds an unusual ally who gets between Tim and his curry. Summer’s stress about her personal statement overflows as she resorts to unethical means to impress. With Daniel unwittingly playing hard to get with Daisy, Jenny goes out of her way to cheer her up with the bloke who gets paid to plug sinkholes. Zeedan comes up with an idea to drum up business but his lips are loose on the matter when he bumps into Debbie. The homeless are fussy about curries. Kev doesn’t have a photo of Abi. PC Racism has a good hard think about what he’s done.
The fallout from Daniel’s wallet theft forces David to go down the path of family allegiances, which has unfortunate and predictable consequences. Nina tries to put events behind her and move on with her life by applying to fashion college, but ITV Corey’s promotion to the Weathy County first-team keeps dragging her back. Audrey is still hurting from Rita’s perceived betrayal last week so Gail arranges for a family get-together to belatedly celebrate her birthday and nothing could possibly go wrong. Grace’s insistence on her snag list being attended to is beginning to wear down Ed, which forces the Bailey’s to turn to a somewhat obvious source for a solution. Sally remembers that the Parking Regulation Campaign is still a thing and begins harassing legally parked council members. Kelly is due to be sentenced for Seb’s murder while Imran’s lies from Verdict Week begin to come home to roost. Mrs Crawshaw will sort everything out. Kev taps into his inner Bruce Lee. Everyone ignores Aggie.
In the Nazir house, suspicions are still heightened over Zeedan’s return and the source of his funds, and also why Simon is hanging around like a bad smell. Seeing Summer in a stressed state about her university application, Daniel offers to help her outside of school which insults David that he never showed any willingness to help Max. A visit from Shazza buoys Kelly’s spirits about her dad’s whereabouts until she learns that her new bestie on the inside has knowledge of Rick the Chin that would suggest he was far more than a loan shark. Ed is working himself into an early grave to attend to all the snags on Grace’s list for the new house. As the street prepares to say a final farewell to Norris Cole, Ches and Bernie’s dismissive attitudes towards the deaf community drive Freda toward something rash. Billy does some proper vicaring. The Alleyway of Doom claims another victim. PC Tinker has never been so confused.
Kelly gradually comes to terms with her situation and makes a new friend on the inside, while a guilty Imran is out of pocket on her psychiatric care. Distraught from last week’s verdict, Abi breaks up with Kev and disappears to her cousin’s. Alina puts in the hard hours to fix her relationship with Hope which leads to the unearthing of some troubling history. Craig discovers that doing the right thing late doesn’t easily remedy doing the stupid thing quickly and James is less than impressed to hear that his conscience eventually got the better of him. Aadi accuses Dev of not caring about his new relationship with Summer and then within 12 hours regrets ever mentioning anything. Ken returns to badmouth Norris with Rita in the cafe and then isn’t phased when later the same day, Norris dies. Max With a New Head is having problems at school and is making life difficult for newly-instated teacher Daniel. Speed Daal’s financial problems continue, and then escalate to such an extent that two old characters and a tarantula are coaxed out of the shadows. Jimmy’s movements are like clockwork. Phil's Merc has impeccable service history. Tim’s Mum starts abbreviating things.
Hope returns to school after trying to kill Alina and when Fiz gets a call from the school to inform her about an incident, I think we’re all well within our rights to jump to some conclusions here. It’s Moving In Day for Emma and Curtis except neither Curtis nor his massive cactus are anywhere to be found. As Eileen discovers the truth about Patsy’s ashes, we enter into the nineteenth phase of her wanting nothing to do with Todd or The Undertaker. The trial reaches its conclusion as Abi and Imran desperately try to find that key piece of evidence to prove Corey guilty and Kelly innocent. Simon’s girlfriend hopes take a hit. Tyrone is outsmarted by a ten-year-old. Stefan’s panic button works.
Curtis takes another funny turn and becomes frustrated at the random nature of his illness. Tyrone and Fiz have to listen to some home truths as Hope has her first therapy session. The Undertaker and Todd argue over the proper way to dispose of Pat Phelan’s ashes and inadvertently get Eileen involved. With the trial almost upon her, Nina desperately tries to remember more about the events surrounding the attack. Simon really needs to pipe down. Sabeen is sorry not sorry. We’re done with Tommy O.
Maria discovers the root of Liam’s tickly cough and thanks to a speculating doctor at the hospital, Kirk’s work van is in for a bit of a going over with a metal bar. Feeling guilty about his moment with Fiz last week, Tyrone doubles down with Alina but worries that Emma may have overheard too much. Daisy attempts to make amends by coaxing Jenny into moving on with her life and into Ronnie’s bed. Michael finally comes clean with Grace about his feelings with predictable results. There’s a blast from the past lurking at the back of the funeral parlor’s stock room that shocks Todd to his core and may open old wounds for Eileen. With Kelly’s Defense Funds dwindling away, a sudden windfall helps Imran pay for the expert advice that might just get his client off the hook. Abi shouts at Chesney about chips. Gary’s van isn’t powered by fairy dust. Toyah’s donuts are sprinkled.
Corrie Monopoly continues this week as Debbie battles the combined wits of Nick and Leanne and both sides vie for the better deal in The Bistro partnership. Daisy’s sights continue to focus on Daniel, but everyone on the street with an opinion do their best to scupper her plans. Brian helps Abi discover what Seb’s death has meant for her as she puts pen to paper in her victim impact statement. Sally is in full campaign mode as she wages war against local parking regulations, all in an attempt to get out of a ticket. An overworked Imran loses his temper when Leanne questions Kelly’s innocence. The Baileys notice that lots of people are living in their house. Tyrone buckles under pressure and admits to the police that it was Hope, not Fiz, who set the fire in the salon flat. Jenny has a spare poached egg. Ryan’s arms have not gone unnoticed. Fish Guy has got the deal of the century.